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I have been working a wood plane collection for quite some time now. Aint got alot. But I have Two#5 BAILEY a # 4,a 65 1/2 block , A #78 rabbit plane, But I cant rember the # on my 4" bull nose It's 1" wide I aint sure but its some were around a 64 or a 74 but I aint shure.

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I don't have many either but need to do a little more research to ensure I am not buying something I'll never use. I don't plan to be a collector. My tool favorite tools are my little stanley block plane and a 3 1/2" x 18" 150+ year old slick. I don't know the number of the block plane I'm not at the shop yet but it's only like 15 years old.
I had a humungous 24" long Stanley that was great for edging when you didn't want the noise pollution of a machine running and it was quicker than firing up and adjusting the jointer when you didn't have more than a few boards to do, and was even good for smooth planing but it got lifted with my old Leigh dovetail jig, spline jig and some other tools.
I plan on replacing that one when i get to woodworking more often.
 

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Tex That's is a shame. I feel for you man. I lost alot to a crack head a bit back.
He got the truck too. Doing time now, but it dont bring back my tools!
 
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